In its most basic form, "Art $ Currency" starts a conversation—about the value of money and art, about the aesthetics of worth, about the importance of beauty and utility. Many of the works from these artists combine currencies from all over the world in just one piece – making the currencies inclusive to one another and allowing them to co-exist and be rearranged, to work together as a whole. In this way, this exhibition demonstrates that money only seems private or personal. What "Art $ Currency" does is demonstrate the interconnections of the human via currency.
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